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The strength of a woman is seen in the smile of her babies
She joined the media industry at the age of 19; 12 years later she has grown from a show host, a seasoned news anchor, radio presenter to Content Manager at Bamba TV and most importantly mother to the beautiful twins, Zawadi and Raha.
In a previous interview she explained that the birth of her twins was God’s double portion reward after the loss of her favourite man in the world, the late media bigwig, Tony Msalame. She said, “Time is a great healer, but I am still dealing with his death to date. God, however, gave me double joy after my grief. He blessed me with twin girls a year after dad’s death. My first born Zawadi looks a lot like him and loves music just like him. I can testify that God restores in double portion.”
Her loss was so devastating that she quit her job at Standard Media Group to go back Coast and support her family and her father’s business, Sheki FM, which they later sold.
After the break up with her baby daddy, Paul Ndichu, she led a quiet life, staying away from unnecessary lime light until she became the brand ambassador for Kenyan high profile fashion house, Vivo Active Wear and took the world by storm with her curvaceous build and stylish designs for the plus size women.
Still, she has maintained privacy when it comes to her babies only posting pictures of the adorable duo whom, we must admit, have amazing personalities. “They are truly my pride and joy. They are intelligent and full of life. Zawadi is distinctly a first-born, independent and tells Raha what to do. She even corrects her when wrong, or helps her when stuck with something. Raha is the comedian. She has a new hilarious facial expression everyday, and this reminds me of dad.”
Word is that it takes a backbone made of steel and a heart of gold to hack being a single mother. Grace has got that and a really good camera. Check out this adorable photos.